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How to encrypt the router and extender

Posted on 2011-02-28
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Need to provide step by step instructions, as I am helping someone at a distance.

ROUTER
Linksys Wireless G broadband router.  Model WRT54G.
EXTENDER
Hawkin Hwren1 wireless 300n range extender.

Thanks,
JP
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by:droyden
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Encrypt what? end to end using a VPN?
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Password protect it, so that unauthorized users can't access the signal sent by the router.
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by:droyden
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Under the security settings tab you need to define a passphrase / password key and then select WPA or WPA2 you should then apply the settings and you reconnect using the password
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by:easycapital
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How does one get the extender to use that password also.
JP
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You should be able to configure which SSID it connects to and then put in the same password as you define on the WRT
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Unable to edit so: it should also be under the security settings
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Thanks,
JP
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